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The company that hosts our website has informed us that they are currently working on an upgrade of their storage servers and backup system. As part of this work there will be a short period of downtime from 17:30 on Friday 1st April. They expect this work to be completed within the hour, so all being well, access to all websites and services will be restored at around 18:30 on the same day.

They say that they always try and perform upgrades and maintenance without having to restrict access to our servers, but with this particular upgrade a temporary shutdown is necessary.

Ed. Always a good idea to have upgrades — assuming the restart is seamless!

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